Electric cars, Acea starts the installation of 100 charging stations in Rome

Electric cars, Acea starts the installation of 100 charging stations in Rome
There is a new and important plan to promote sustainable mobility both in the center and in the outskirts of the capital. In the past few hours, the approval of the Acea project has been formalized, which gives way to the installation of over 100 charging stations dedicated to electric vehicles.

In the coming years we will invest heavily in electric mobility with the aim of becoming one of the main players for e-mobility in Rome, but we also look with interest outside the territory of the Capital - declared Giuseppe Gola, CEO of the Acea Group.

Nell within the Rome Capital Electric Mobility Plan, the Services Conference has therefore approved the important project that will see the optimization of the charging network in the city. Not surprisingly, we are talking about a program that is part of the development plan for electric and sustainable mobility. In fact, by analyzing the 2020/2024 Business Plan, the objectives that ACEA itself has set are clear, providing for the installation of 2,200 charging stations, of which over 2,000 in the capital for a total investment of 29 million euros.

Entry into this market is in line with our strategy which aims to support the energy transition to foster the development of sustainable mobility, particularly within large urban centers where the impact is stronger environmental, in line with the objectives of the Green Deal and with the values ​​of the company. To facilitate this transition, it is a priority to develop capillary charging infrastructures in our cities, supported by an intelligent, flexible and resilient distribution network. This path could only start from Rome, the city to which we are historically linked and where Acea has always contributed to the development of water and electricity infrastructures.

In detail, the first 100 electric columns that will be installed in Rome will supply energy inevitably produced from renewable sources and will use two new technologies: a Quick alternating current dedicated to standard recharging and a Fast direct current necessary for a fast recharge.

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